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1. Diurnal: nocturnal::
A. Warm: hot
B. hot: cold
C. Night: day
D. Near: far
Is it c?

2. Night: darkness::
A. Honesty: truthfulness
B. sight: eye
C. Height: fear
D. Bravery: recklessness
Is it a?

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  1. 1. No

    2. Yes

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  2. I agree with your answers.

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  3. Oops. I goofed. Go with Writeacher.

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